Escape to Tuscan Vineyard

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blog_13_02_27-styledtuscan-0640Jessica Masi owner of JCG Events, LLC shows us how you can create your own Tuscan Vineyard through the art of design.

The colors are timeless and ethereal. It brings warm, romance, and elegance to every event. Submerged with the richness of nature’s colors and texture, your event is transformed into an unforgettable Tuscan Vineyard Experience.

Villa Woodbine is a historic private estate that serves as the perfect and beautiful setting for a wedding. The gown chosen adds to the look and feel of Tuscan. The gorgeous lace detailing on the top of the gown and the pleated skirt gives the style of the gown a vintage yet modern feel.

Adding to the entire look of this Tuscan Vineyard is the cake. Both the wedding gown with the lace and pleated detail on the tier and the invitations with similar scrollwork and monogram inspire the wedding cake.

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Floral and design are very important in creating the magic of a Tuscan Vineyard. The bride’s bouquet was vintage inspired and had a fresh hand picked look to it while incorporating varying purple hues. An eclectic mix of vintage vases were used with a hand made doily table runner to really make the arrangements stand out against the farm style wooden table. A beautiful mix of chandeliers hung over the table with a unique one with varying florals in each tube.

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The art of calligraphy and paper products sends the message to guests on what to expect at this grand celebration. A beautiful bronze metallic letterpress invitation with purple vintage inspired envelope liner. Signage during a wedding is so important because it gives it that extra detail and ties the concept together. Incorporate signs in unexpected places as we did here in the courtyard letting guests know to make a wish for the couple.

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The use of the escort card table is a place where you should be bold and creative. It’s usually guest’s first impression of the wedding experience so try to be different and set the tone for the night. Here we placed vintage doorknobs, which works for the favors as well and tied the escort card to each knob with some twine. This symbolized the couple opening the door to the next chapter in their lives.

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When creating a style such as this Tuscan Vineyard have fun with various styles of seating during the wedding reception. Here we incorporated an original vintage sofa paired with some vintage seats and acrylic ghost chairs to soften the look.

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And finally, the final touch to an unforgettable evening at a Tuscan Vineyard is the menu. This menu was selected to go with an Italian Tuscan theme. As the aperitivo pasta was rolled into individual vintage gold forks for a beautiful presentation. It’s always a good idea to leave guests with a lasting impression of your wedding and there is no better way to do that than a sweet drink or a treat to end the night.

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Creative Design, Planning, Invitation and Paper Products: Jessica Masi of JCG Events;
Photography: Serendipity Studios;
Venue: Villa Woodbine;
Invitation and Paper Suite: JCG Events authorized dealer of Smock Letterpress;
Florals and Decor: Ines Naftali Floral and Design; Caterer: Bill Hansen Catering;
Wedding Cake: Filled and Frosted;
Rentals: Unearthed Vintage; Wedding Dress: Sasha’s Bridal Boutique; Wedding Rings and Jewelry: Ring Finger Studio; Hair & Make-up: Blo Midtown; Ghost Chairs: Hitched Events; Rug: Linen Connection; Calligrapher: Marge Allmand; Weather Forecast: Forecasting Consultants; Videographer: Concept Lounge Creations; Models: Lindsey DuRant and Shawn Brooks

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